Global talent management : challenges, strategies, and opportunities /
Akram Al Ariss, editor.
Berlin : Springer, [2014].
viii, 289 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
3319051245 (hbk.), 9783319051246 (hbk.)
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Berlin : Springer, [2014].
3319051245 (hbk.)
9783319051246 (hbk.)
contents note
Global talent management: an introduction and a review / Akram Al Ariss -- HR directors' understanding of "talent": a cross-cultural study / Nicky Dries, Richard D. Cotton, Silvia Bagdadli, and Manoela Ziebell de Oliveira -- Smart global talent management: a promising hybrid / Charles M. Vance, Vlad Vaiman, Ana Cosic, Mursal Abedi, and Raquel Sena -- Coaching of key talents in multinational companies / Raija Salomaa -- Cultural intelligence as a key construct for global talent management / Joost B├╝cker -- Inpatriation as a key component of global talent management / Jean-Luc Cerdin and Kushal Sharma -- The global talent challenge of self-initiated expatriates / Jenny K. Rodriguez and Tracy Scurry -- Opportunities and challenges for organisations and highly skilled migrant professionals / Bradley Saunders and MIchael Nieto -- Global talent management in Brazil: Jeitinho as a managerial talent / Rosana Silveira Reis and Camilla Quental -- Talent management in China / Tony Fang -- Global talent management in Japanese multinational companies: the case of Nissan Motor Company / Masayuki Furusawa -- Talent management in ASEAN: a study of Thailand / Opas Piansoongnern -- Global talent management in knowledge intensive firms in Europe and India / Vijay Pereira and Rita Fontinha -- Talent management in the MENA and GCC regions: challenges and opportunities / Mhamed Biygautane and Khalid Othman Al Yahya -- Talent management in Poland: challenges, strategies and opportunities / Sylwia Przytula -- How to attract and retain global careerists: evidence from Finland / Vesa Suutari, Olivier Wurtz, and Christelle Tornikoski -- Global talent management in French multinationals / Vincent Sponton and Akram Al Ariss -- Global talent management and the American female executive / Laura Sankovich.
This title bridges the research and practice of global talent management. It opens important theoretical and practical avenues to understand the concept internationally while focusing on developing and emerging countries.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

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